By: Louanne Cox
Prehistoric Europe is an enormous subject encompassing such a large period of time and several different cultures. I am going to break it down to Pre- Pleistocene, the Paleolithic, the Neolithic, the Chalcolithic ,the Bronze Age & the Iron Age.Pre-PleistoceneA number of Pre-Pleistocene climate...
By: Tenebris
Human prehistory in Europe is commonly believed to begin with the creation of stone tools by at least three species of human beings during the lower Palaeolithic period, approximately a million years ago. These tools gradually grew more sophisticated, until by the beginning of the...
By: Louanne Cox
It is hard to write an overview of prehistoric Oceania because so much of it is yet to be discovered. Archeologists have discovered that people came to Australia, New Guinea and neighbouring islands as far north as the Solomons over 30,000 years ago, but...
By: Gordon Hamilton
The Bronze Age is the period between the Stone Age and the Iron Age. It reached different parts of the world at contrastingly different times from around 5000 BC onwards, though curiously never touched parts of Southern Africa at all, which went straight from the...
By: Alij Mega
I see many postings with different opinions about the what evolution is. I decided to contribute my questions and answers:1. Can evolution be observed? The answer to this question is both yes and no. If you are talking about microevolution, which happens in the genomic...
By: Tenebris
Human prehistory in North America is most commonly believed to begin with the great nomadic migration over Beringia, a land bridge between eastern Siberia and Alaska that came into existence roughly 25,000 years ago, when the Wisconsin glaciation had locked away enough of the...
By: Jane Allyson
The Stone Age is seen as the longest epic of human pre-history.It can be divided into 3 separate time periods which are defined by the level of knowledge that prehistoric man had reached in the shaping and use of tools.The terms of understanding...
By: Ryoken Ifould
So what is Evolution? 'In biology, evolution is the change in the inherited traits of a population from generation to generation. These traits are the expression of genes that are copied and passed on to offspring during reproduction. Mutations in these genes can produce new...
By: Malabika Ray
The Selfish Gene: ReviewThe Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins was first published in 1976. Even after 31 years of its first publication, it remains an international best seller. Dawkins, an expert in his field (Evolutionary Biology) explains complex biological ideas in a very interesting and...
By: Robert C.
Neantherthals and humans The period of 200 Millennia in which the Neanderthals began their occupation of Europe and western Asia were that of fluctuating climates between periods of extreme cold and warmth. In the north of Europe ice sheets up to a mile thick covered...

 

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